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Letter: Government was right to use woman to nab Scottsdale bombing suspects

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Posted: Friday, March 9, 2012 2:48 pm

Scandalous pictures, provocative text messages, the downfall of a man. This past (month), the government’s involvement in the Scottsdale Bombing Trial has started a ruckus; not because of the criminal charges against the two 61-year-old twins, but due to the government hiring a woman — a woman who was paid to become the men’s friend and try to get a confession.

According to The New American, the former exotic dancer, Rebecca Williams, was paid $45,000 over the course of five years. The government never required Rebecca to engage in any sexual encounters. She was simply an ingenious idea. What better ruse by the government than to appeal to a male’s weakness? What single man would turn away an attractive woman who gives him friendship? The ploy devised was much cheaper than hiring a private investigator, and probably much more effective. In hiring this woman, the government did nothing wrong; but helped to gather evidence against the brothers. What is intrinsically wrong with that?

Vanessa Brimacombe


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